One yoga class was all it took for Christine to realize her life path. It was during this class she experienced Reiki for the first time and had a profound experience. She knew she had to pursue this new passion. She completed the 200 hour Prancing Peacock teacher training in 2014 and has been teaching yoga to many different populations ever since. Combining her extensive background in Behavioral Psychology and Yoga she strives to bring education to the people she teaches. Christine feels there is no better time to be teaching yoga and to be practicing yoga. “Western medicine has been extensively studying the benefits of yoga for the last 10 years, they have the tools to to measure, qualify, quantify and test the benefits and the results consistently show how incredibly powerful yoga is. It’s important for me to share with the students the latest studies and medical information and also to share with them the benefit of each pose, to understand why we are doing a certain pose or breathing technique.”
Christine loves to teach Gentle Yoga, Beginner Level Yoga, Restorative Yoga and Specialized Workshops as well as Yoga for Movement Disorders.
Off the mat you will find Christine researching the latest information on Yoga, spending quality time with her husband and fur babies, reading, boating and paddle boarding.